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about the conditions. >> it is still rainy here and as mike pointed out there is an uptick in the rain and we are seeing that here it has been a steady downpour but coming down stronger now. look at 101 behind me, still the same situation, more cars on the road and it is astonishing people are not slowing down at all whatever coming north down this hill to lucky drive leader in san rafael. there is a lot of standing water out there and it has been steady rain for hours upon hours so as you head out there, be careful, and here come as car i thought they would dry by and splash us, there is so much standing water, puddles and spray we hope they do not hydroplane because there are many opportunities to do that this morning. our abc7 morning news team saw rain coming in to the city from
castro valley, from the peninsula, from the east bay, marin county has been nonstop. as the meteorologist said, mike nicco, it will be rough out there. these people are pressing on their brake rather than just driving at a moderate speed so we hope you will drive slowly out there this morning. reporting live in san rafael for abc7 news. >> stay with abc7 news for continuing coverage and we will check with mike nicco and leyla gulen in the traffic center and traffic the storm online with live doppler 7 hd at abc7news.com. >> happening now, this is a live look from 4th and howard where president obama is waking up at the hotel in san francisco this morning. you can see several streets south of market are closed off to the public so rebel that this o as you drive around, the president is in town to raise money for the democratic
national committee. year, he attended a pair of fundraisers in san francisco and this morning he will board marine one and head to the peninsula to atherton and attend two more fundraisers before leaving the bay area after lunch. protesters greeted the president yesterday and they are expected to turnout again in force today. we will get a live update from abc7 news reporter cornell bernard in 30 minutes on the presidential visit. >> this morning, alarming threats of war from north korea with the military wanting they have final approval to attack the united states with nuclear weapons. the military says that an take -- an attack on the united states would be unrelenting. top u.s. officials say the threat is serious and not korea has the world's 4th largest military. >> some of the actions they have taken over the last few weeks
present a real and clear danger. it only takes being wrong once. i don't want to be the secretary of defense who was wrong once. >> the pentagon is surrounding the korean peninsula with layers of missile defense sending two guided missile destroyers and land-based interceptors to guam and an attack on the mainland is considered unlikely but officials fear a move by kim jong-un could inflict serious damage on south korea. >> gilroy police are investigating the double shooting that left a 37-year-old man dead before 9:00 last night on chest u.n. street near 7th street. that is near elliott elementary school. officers found the victims when they arrived on scene, the 37-year-old man died at the hospital, the 60 rim is 30 -year-old man is still in the hospital and is expected to be okay but no word on the mostive. >> university of louisville basketball player kevin ware is revealing new information of the
horrible accident seen on national television. josh elliott talked to the sophomore, up and moving four days after unof the most terrible injuries basketball has ever seen. we have chosen not to show you the accident because of the graphic nature. he planned on the court and brock his leg in two places during the matchup against duke but has not seen the graphic replay and says he never will. >> i saw the bone 6" out of my leg but i didn't feel any pain and it didn't hurt. honestly, it didn't hurt. it was just scary. the most scary moment in my life. >> he says he will be back. you can hear more on "good morning america" right after our newscast at 7:00 a.m. >> coming up next, doctors are predicting 5.8 million new patients with a certain illness. what is behind the skyrocketing number of cases. >> first, the eventful wake for tesla motorsen -- tesla motors.
and this will move just to the north of the macarthur maze if you are coming from berkeley or emeryville and headed to the macarthur maze you will run into heavy rain and possibly ponding. the picture from san rafael shows everything is starting to taper just a little bit with the heavy rain headed toward novato and over 37 to the raceway. to milpitas along 680 it is starting to clear up a little bit with the moderate rain moving into the hills and as we look toward the peninsula, palo alto and the next 10 or 15 messages in newark at 25 minutes you will see a rise in your rainfall rates with another band of moderate rain moving to the northeast. you can see the back edge of had and we have the steady rain through 7:00 and it becomes scattered showers by noon and an isolated shower is possible this afternoon. leyla gulen has the traffic. >> we have been tracking this from the moment it happened in oak, and it turns into a sig-alert with all lanes blocked
for a time and two lanes have re-opened and northbound 880, at high street, that is where we are seeing an accident with a second accident occurring south of there and you are looking at 9 miles per hour so creeping along there, as you make it northbound, at broadway, we had road flooding that almost caused a big rig to crash so be careful out here where you can see lots of blue and heavy downpours and eastbound 4, beyond the road we have another accident out there and take a look at this it is slammed and moving at eight miles per hour so keep the speeds slow. >> coming up on 6:16. a bay area electric car company tesla motors is opening their new show room today and the mercury news reports they are these times larger than the previous location and it is in the space previously occupied by a burberry store.
the company saw the stock surge on monday after it revealed the first ever quarterly profit. the doors at the new show room open at 10:00 this morning. >> it is 6:12. more fallout from lulu lemon, the shakeup now happening inside the retailer. >> the economy adds thousands of new jobs and the reason the economists say it
in the south bay. we have light-to-moderate rain here and more just down to the southwest that is coming your way so you are not out of the woods. steady rain through the morning hours and scattered showers this afternoon and a slight chance of a scattered shower friday, saturday, and sunday. katie has more news. >> new this morning, just-released jobs report shows the economy added 100,000 jobs in march but it is still considered a disappointment. payroll giant adp says private businesses added 158,000 jobs and appear lists predicted 205,000. the official march jobs report comes out tomorrow, and economists say the country needs to add at least 300,000 jobs each month for a full recovery. >> in health news, specific the number of americans suffering from dementia to skyrocket over the next 30 years, that is according to a just-released study from the rand corporation that says right new nearly 15
percent of people age 71 or older have the illness, 3.8 million people. by 2014 it will jump to 9.1 million. the reason is the way of baby boomers will be retiring. >> more fallout in the lulu lemon pants problem, with the chief product officer is stepping down. according to lulu lemon the departure of the head is pat of -- part of a plan to reorganize their product plane after pulling pants in shelves really they were too see through. i suppose you don't want your pants at all see through. there is no level of "see through" that is good. >> as a father, i can tell you that is good. >> still wet. we are still watching the radar. we will start with the north bay, although the heavy rain has been in other places this morning but we do have some
pockets of yellow in your neighbor and the southwest facing mountains getting a natural lift and that is creating the heavier showers in those areas so that is where we will find possibly up to 1 inch inch of rain. right now the embarcardero shows ponding on the roadway at front and vallejo streets. close to broadway. 55 degrees in san francisco. we are in the low-to-mid 50's in oakland and palo alto and mill valley. san mateo bridge, we have been watching this all morning with ebb and flow of light-to-moderate and back to light rain now. temperatures are running in santa rosa and napa and fairfield and livermore and union city between 50 and 53 degrees. rain will be steady for the morning commute and we will have scattered showers from 9:00 on, with shower chances possible this weekend and we will have 70's and 80's and spring warmth next week. the highs are five- to
ten-degrees cooler than yesterday and low-to-mid 60's for most of us and notice the shield of green is not a shield in the afternoon but more small little pockets or scattered light afternoon showers. tonight, mostly cloudy and a sprinkle or two is possible and drizzle along the coast and our higher elevations are not going to be a repeat tomorrow morning what you are dealing with during this morning commute the upper 40's to low 50's. you can see the steady moderate rain will move east out of our neighborhood by 7:00 and we are starting to see a break from the steady rain hit the coast to 7:00 to 9:00 and we will see the steady rain start to transition to scattered showers and that will link are through the noon hour and we will see a scattered shower possible in the afternoon a quick tapering as we head through the evening and overnight and we wake up to the cloud cover and fog. rainfall amendments .1" to .25" and half that in the south bay and double, up to 1" in the
north bay. the seven-day outlook shows temperatures the same tomorrow, maybe slight bit of warming on saturday, sunday, and monday, as the remain it is stay to the north. tuesday and wednesday, you can see the 70's and 80's away the coast and you are in the mid-60's. be came out there. >> leyla gulen in. >> we have a signature alert in oak, and green means traffic is affected by rain but to the east with the blue the rain is heavier. we have flooding there causing solo vehicle spinouts and crashes. on northbound 880 at high street that is a sig-alert with a couple of crashes. we are left with heavy backups. look at this, 28 miles per hour and down to 9 miles per hour. you can count your speed on two hands as you move to broadway and to the macarthur maze. be careful with the drive.
the golden gate bridge shows traffic is flowing smoothly from sausalito and out of marin county and wet roadways and everything is moving well out there. >> leyla gulen thank you. >> we are less than four hours away from facebook's new major anonement and we will preview what to expect from the facebook company. >> children's toy banned in some countries that is still available here in the united states new honey bunches of oats greek yogurt and whole grain.
>> a children's toy looks like fun but it is potentially dangerous in the hands of small children. we talking about balls and beads that expand in water. consumer reports has partnered exclusively with 7 on your side to check out just how hazardous they can be. michael finney? >> good morning, everyone, they could be colorful and alluring but consumer reports says there is a potential safety hazard with small toy balls and beds that expand in water. there has been one recall but more of the balls are still on the market. >> this ad for a toy shows how the small highly absorbent beads expand in water, the water balls
also made of super absorbent material are larger and were recalled last year. this after an 8-year-old swallowed one and rushed to the hospital and doctors could not see anything on the x-ray but in surgery they removed a ball 1.5" in diameter from the small intestine. >> if nothing were done, she would have had significant infection and could have possibly died. >> consumer reports examined the recalled water ball. >> this is fresh from the package and this is identical ball that has been soaked for two days. >> consumer reports looked at the beads that are still on the market including this one. they full size and it is smaller than the banned water balls but consumer reports say they also pose a safety hazard for small children. >> the product looks like candy or gum and they can expand enough in a few hours to block
the airway or intestine. >> they carry warnings saying now for children under three, on the beige it says not suitable for children under the age of five. >> additional injuries have future been documented in the united states, several have been reported in other countries including one fatality. >> all types of aroundant balls have been banned in italy and malaysia. >> we are found in toys but in decorations. we urge strongly that parents keep the products out of the reap of small children. consumer product safety commission is investigating the balls and beads and this company who has smaller beads say their test show it is safe if children five and older. they say the balls should pass through their digestive track but consumer reports points out the company did not address a choking hazard or potential of a
blocked airway which is a risk for all children. >> more trouble this morning for an east bay daycare center. still ahead at 6:30, new allegations at the center just weeks after a teacher is accused of tying up a student. >> and what we are learning ahead of facebook's big mobile announcement. >> president obama waking up in san francisco this morning for another busy day of political fundraising across the bay area with lots of security here, as well. >> the golden gate bridge this morning shows light rain falling and we have had up to .5" in petaluma and quarter inch in oakland that and .11" in san francisco. more in the forecast coming up.
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>> live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news. >> how is the 4th of april treating you? like this: wet roads. this is the embarcardero from the high definition rooftop camera. the rain is coming down. thanks for starting your day right here for the latest weather and traffic information. >> i am katie marzullo here for kristen sze. the bay area is getting the rain right now. mike nicco is tracking it with live doppler 7 hd. >> good morning to you.
this is how san jose look the at 87 at the pavilion where the light rain returned. here is live doppler 7 hd showing further to the west we have heavy rain around santa clara. this is heavier rain moving across 82 toward sunnyvale and mountain view to cupertino so keep the umbrella handy. you will need them as the rain continues in the next half hour. we have two hour flight arrival delays into sfo. the light rain is falling. as we zoom out, most of the yellows are tapering, that is the more moderate rain causing the ponding and flooding that leyla gulen will talk about. the back edge of the steady rain is starting to get close to the coast and that 7:00 to 9:00 timeframe to see the transition from steady to scattered showers will play out. so we will deal with that for the rest of the commute. if the steady rain starts and
stops, scatters showers are possible. we will still have ponding on the roads. leyla gulen has the traffic. >> that is what the problem was in oakland. along northbound 880, good news, that sig-alert has canceled and the crashes that were at 29th and high street, two of then, back-to-back crashes have been taken off the freeway. we have very slow speeds, 31 miles per hour and down to 6 miles per hour and 5 miles per hour headed northbound. beyond the areas of the crashes you are looking at better conditions up toward the macarthur maze. in san jose, here is northbound 87 at the julian off-ramp a few extra headlights and remark is moving well out there. >> thank you, leyla gulen. our team coverage takes us now to highway 101 in san rafael where we find abc7 news reporter where an update open what to expect for the commute. kira? >> it is a steady rainfall,
katie, and not pouring heavy or hard but it is nonstop. it has been four hours nonstop with the wind picking up and falling diagonally and getting cooler. not many people are worrying about what if they are not standing in it but driving conditions are difficult. there is a lot of ponding. there are many chances to hydroplane. we don't want you to do that. be careful. this is not unique to marin county. it is going on across the bay area. be careful use head to work. it will continue through the morning commute. we want you to be safe. >> thank you, kira klapper, stay with abc7 news for continuing storm watch coverage and we will check with our meteorologist, mike nicco, and leyla gulen in the abc7 news traffic center and traffic online with live doppler 7 hd at abc7news.com.
>> happening now in san francisco, tight security surrounds the intercontinental hotel. president obama is waking up there following several fundraiser last night. abc7 news reporter cornell bernard joins us live from the hotel with a busy day ahead raising more money. cornell? >> good morning, eric. this is all about raising money for the democratic party. this morning, the president heads to atherton for cash call. this is a shot of 4th at san francisco where barricades are set up around the intercontinental hotel where the president is staying. lots of police barricades and secret service. he arrived on air force one on wednesday and went directly to political fundraisers in sea cliff then in pacific heights at the getty mansion where 75 guests paid $35,000 for a chance to mingle with the president but blocks away there remain demonstrators, protesting opposition to the proposed
keystone pipeline from canada to the gulf coast and political donors say their money was "well spent." all you do is write a check. that easy. >> how much do you write a check for? >> for $5,000. he is worth it. >> you cannot help but become part of the 1 percent when you elected but if you can still remember being part of the 99 percent, that is good. >> the president returns to the intercontinental hotel 59 -- at 9:00 p.m. and today a brunch fundraiser in atherton at $32,000 a late and the lunch reception is clear at $5,000 a plate but $10,000 if you want your picture taken with the president. he leaves the bay area right after lunch. >> new this morning, oakland
police say one of their officers shot and wounded an armed robbery suspect as he refused to stop reported before 10:00 last night open clay street near 10th. officers saw three people matching the description of the suspect about a block away at jefferson and 10th. miss say they tried to stop them and one of officers shot one of the suspects. the injuries are not life threatening and the officer was not hurt. >> an east bay preschool where a teacher is accused of binding the feet and hands of a student who what not take a nap. the administration says a substitute teacher reportedly pinched and squeezed a child's arm. the incident happened in february before the incident where a student's happeneds and teach were bound with tape because she would not sleep. the school confirmed this in a e-mail reading in part and i quote, "it is unknown when the incident occurred. it was alleged to have happened in the month of february of
2013. the staff member is no longer employed." >> a major announcement at facebook headquarters in menlo park. there is talk facebook could unveil a new droid product, a smartphone that has facebook integritied into the system. our reporter will tweet real time developments from the announcement this morning scheduled for 10:00 a.m. at follow him on twitter. >> new troubles at the largest real estate -- retailer. >> story you will only see on abc7 news, big wheel fun in san francisco turns it to a big mishap. >> and live doppler 7 hd showing rain across the bay area with traffic and weather together next as
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>> here we are looking at san rafael, 101 right there is wet as we have light rain falling and some moderate rain from time to time. this area continues to be pelted by southwest wins. the natural scene of mountains in the north bay is creating the heavy rain. petaluma and down to novato you will see an increase in the wet weather there. we have heavier showers showing up in benicia toward vallejo and that will head up 80 and 680 to fairfield. those are the hot spots. we will have steady rain through the next 20 minutes and it will transition to scattered showers through noon and the shower chance will taper but it is there in the afternoon and lesser into the evening hours. as we head through friday, saturday, and sunday the storm track moves north with a few drifts possible on friday, a shower chance on saturday and sunday and especially in the
north bay. leyla gulen? >> as we head back to oakland we had a sig-alert which has canceled and we have another accident northbound 880 which has seen plenty of slowing because of the early two accidents. we have travel times heading out of antioch to concord it is half an hour and same deal on 880, after hand hour between highway 238 to oakland and 101 at 25 minutes to go between 85, and down to highway 237 and here is a live look at san mateo bridge and plenty of traffic out there with wet roads and we are not seeing any crashes. plenty of tail lights at foster city and a nice clear condition. >> 6:41. only on abc7 news a popular annual event in san francisco turned tragic when a spectator was seriously injured during the bring your own big wheel race.
the 45-year-old woman suffered a serious head injury when she walked in front of a race participant whose could not avoid her. she fell to the ground after the crash. she was rushed to the hospital and had emergency surgery. neighbors say organizers have done a good job of safety for the participants by installing bal." s to separate the spectators. >> trading is underway on wall street with a look at the big board showing where the dow is and it is up 35 points after a triple-digit loss yesterday. we will go live to jane king at the new york stock exchange. >> grocery troubles for walmart, products they can not keep on store shelfs and how they
>> los altos, antioch, petaluma and all the bay area this is abc7 news. >> this is a look at downtown san francisco, the clouds are low with the light rain falling in our neighbor. in san francisco we have had a third of an inch and same if oakland and laugh an inch in petaluma and santa rosa and a third of an inch in concord and .14" in san jose. the game time forecast shows a day game at the colisieum with steady rain, with shower possible. don't let that stop you, only a slight shower possible after 9:00. 60 degrees at first pitch at 12 and by 3:00 we will be 62. the wall of water is moving to the east with a few pockets of sun in the afternoon. in the high country watch out for snow that will develop above 7,000'.
>> now a check with what is coming up on "good morning america" at 7:00 a.m. >> everyone in the bay area, good to be with you. we have lots including a story you have been covering, north korea rattling the save betters with final approval to launch what it is calling military strikes against the united states using smaller nuclear weapons. the white house does not believe a full-scale nuclear strike is on the horizon, we are in south korea with a live report on what can old be classified as brazen threats of war. >> we will switch gears with the honor and the privilege to head do louisville yesterday, sit down with kevin ware the basketball player who suffered the gruesome injury against duke on sunday. boy, he has taken the first steps on the road to recovery.
it is stunning when you consider the injudgment he and his mother sat down with he and i hope you injury the interview because it was an honor to conduct it. today, motown mania, the musical, will open on product way with the cast joining us and. ifing live, a great closing number to the show and we will break out the skinny mike playing name that motown tune and without question, the best game show yet! please, please, please stick around with us this morning. it is risk. >> wouldn't miss it. >> love me some motown. see you later buddy. >> new this morning, grocery concerns that the largest retailer, walmart, does not have enough employees to stock the shelfs with fresh food according to a new report in the "new york times" today. the paper says walmart has cut so many employees because of the weak economy that now they are
having keeping enough products in stock including produce and customers are noticing. grocery insiders say a recent study shows only 48 percent of walmart customers have confidence in their row -- produce compareed to safe way where 71 percent are confident about fresh produce. >> child care is a lot more expensive. samsung has a new plan to lure people away from apple. our bloomburg reporter, jane king is live at the new york stock exchange. you should know about the cost of child care. >> i do and new york is more expensive than anywhere else, maybe not san francisco. sam rung is stepping up the game opening up hundreds of mini stores inside best buys around the nation starting april 8 and this is to promote the ecosystem tablets smartphones and televisions and mini stores, 460 square feet in size near the
front of the storm. they will add 1,000 smaller samsung spaces by june. here is how the markets look: quiet to open. we gaining a little bit of momentum here as the trading day goes open. the silicon valley index is locking like this at the moment. shares of facebook are moving ahead of the headquarters' announcement. shares of carnival cruise are lower after a situation this mobile, alabama, the troubled cruiseliner broke loose where it was undergoing repairs and two shipyard employees fell in the water and one is unaccounted for still at this point. the cost of child care is expensive and a report if the conference use bureau says the costs have doubled in the last 25 years and families paying for child care in 201 spent 7 percent of their income on it, an average of $143 a week.
>> thank you, jane. mike nicco is here now watching the wet weather hit the bay area. >> still causing two hour flight arrival delays at sfo but san jose and oakland are okay and we have yellow in the north bay, you can see headed toward the 12 core store through sonoma, and north of there and leaded to american canyon, that is where we have the boater radar returns and pulling away from 680, and toward bay point, we are seeing some of the better radar runs and as we pull out look at that, the coast and peninsula are seeing a decrease in the intensity of the rain. still, light rain for all of us the next couple of hours. the macarthur maze shows it is raining here right now, with temperatures running from 51 to 54 from san francisco, oakland, san jose, walnut creek, palo alto and mill valley and san mateo bridge, easier to see than
it was a few minutes ago, you can see a decrease in the light rain here and temperatures in santa rosa, napa, forward, livermore, and union city, between 50 and 53 degrees. it looks like we are going through steady rain right now from 7:00 until 9:00 and it will transition over to scatter the showers and they will taper as we head through the afternoon and the evening hours. we still have a slight chance of a shower in the north bay for friday, saturday, sunday, and monday, the storm track will be just close enough to graze us with a storm or two headed to the four-day period and when that passed we have spring warmth the temperatures today are going to be in the low-to-mid 60's and our shield becomes scattered but still a pocket of two of light rain possible. tonight, just mainly clouds and drizzle and temperatures in the upper 40's to low 50's and patchy fog for the commute. here is what is happening, the steady heavy rain moving away by 9:00 and scatter showers
developing from 9:00 to noon and showers continuing through 5:00, and when that sun societies it -- sun societies showers will taper and we will have a few breaks in the cloud cover but, still, a cloudy day with temperatures like today, five- to ten-degrees cooler than yesterday with the low-to-mid 50's 60's. saturday, sunday and monday temperatures warm up two or three degrees and get back to average and beyond monday there is no more threat of a scattered showers and we will have 70's and 80's in the forecast away from the coast. have a great day. leyla gulen? out of tamalpais valley and sausalito we have a new accident, northbound 101, you can see we are starting to see a little bit of slowing making it from sausalito to tamalpais and we have green on the map which indicates the rain is affecting the drive and it is not blue like some of the other areas which means very heavy rainfall
is occurring. we are looking from 2305 to 680, 35 minutes to get to 280 and a great drive from daly city to san francisco and along 880, 25 minutes away between highway four to the macarthur maze busy conditions out there and northbound 880, still heavy traffic because of an early sig-alert that has canceled and now gone and we are still looking at the residual delay and san jose, a look at 280 northbound from 17 we have a few extra headlights but traffic is moving slowly but surely. >> it is 6:53. five things to know before you go.
bay area. mike nicco says it is starting to taper. he is keeping track of the storm and leyla gulen is watching the commute. more heed. >> as we hand it off to "good morning america" here are five things to know. number one, president obama leaves san francisco in two hours to attend private fundraisers on the peninsula. he is raising money for the democratic congressional campaigns. people upset with the administration's backing of a planned oil pipeline from canada to the gulf coast will protest outside the two events in atherton. >> an officer involved shooting in oakland sent an armed robbery suspect to the hospital happening on clay street at 10th a block away on jefferson and 10th. police say an officer shot the such as he was trying to detain him for the robbery. >> three, new allegations emerged against a christian pre-school after a substitute teacher pinched and squeezed a child's arm. this happened in february before
another incident involving a student whose hands and feet were bound with tape because she would not take a nap. >> north korea's military is warning they have final approval to attack the united states with nuclear weapons. south korea's defense minister says north korea has moved a missile with "considerable range" to the east coast but it is not capable of hitting the united states. >> facebook is set to make a major announcement at headquarters this morning, with talk they could unveil a new droid product. speculation has centered on a facebook phone that has facebook deemly integrated in the systems. >> now a final check of the accweather forecast. mike nicco? >> the golden gate bridge shows headlights from marin county, and the rain tapered. the pavement is wet this morning. live doppler 7 hd shows the steady rain is becoming more pore -- sporadic from now until
9:00. visibility is 2.5 miles or greater. have the umbrella handy just this case. temperatures are in the low-to-mid 60's in most neighborhoods. leyla gulen? >> as we look outside here is a look at the macarthur maze and we have a report of an accident westbound before you reach the bay bridge and it sounds like it is over on the shoulder and san francisco muni has delays because of the weather. the accident is it will in place as you head out of sausalito to tamalpais at 101. drive safe. >> we welcome leyla gulen to the bay area. when it rains people drive faster than they normally would? >> they do drive fast. i have for get used to that. i wish everyone a safe commute to work today. captioned by, closed captioning services, inc.
to respond as tensions mount. is this cruise ship cursed? just weeks after that horrific ordeal at sea that stranded thousands on board in horrendous conditions, the carnival "triumph" is in trouble again. what caused the ship to break away from the dock with a huge gash in the side and 800 people on board? gates of hell. they've been legend for thousands of years. now the mythical entry to the underworld turns out to be real. archaeologists reveal they've made a real-life indiana jones discovery. >> i will take over as new host of "the tonight show" on nbc. excuse me one second. apparently it's a different jimmy that's going to be hosting. >> who will have the last laugh? big changes in late night with leno leaving and jimmy versus jimmy in the battle for funniest man in late night.
and good morning, america. whole gang here this morning. great to have everyone here and we have a lot to get to. law enforcement across the country on high alert this morning. many getting extra protection after those killings in texas and colorado. you know, there's a dragnet for two members of a white supremacist gang who appear to be targeting police. >> so we'll have the latest on that and josh just got back from louisville where he went one-on-one with kevin ware and his mother. what she says now about her son's devastating, devastating injury. >> what an afternoon it was. what a great kid he is. >> amazing. >> what a mom. so looking forward to that. breaking details on the two teenage hikers missing in california. they called police for help. just before their cell phone died, one of them just found. authorities now racing against the clock to find the other. >> that they are, lara. but right to the alarming threats of war coming out of north korea this morning. abc's martha raddatz is there in seoul, south korea, where she's tracking the latest. good morning, martha. >> reporter: good morning,